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Eyjólfur Sigurðsson

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First Name:Eyjólfur
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Last Name:Sigurðsson
RePEc Short-ID:psi199
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Location: Reykjavík, Iceland
Phone: 525-4500
Fax: 552-6806
Postal: Oddi v/Slurlugötu, 101 Reykjavik
Handle: RePEc:edi:haghiis (more details at EDIRC)
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  1. Eyjolfur Sigurdsson & Kristin Siggeirsdottir & Halldor Jonsson & Vilmundur Gudnason & Thorolfur Matthiasson & Brynjolfur Jonsson, 2008. "Early discharge and home intervention reduces unit costs after total hip replacement: results of a cost analysis in a randomized study," International Journal of Health Care Finance and Economics, Springer, vol. 8(3), pages 181-192, September.
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